Focus on the Self: Perception of Self-Aspects
In Chapter 4 we discussed the processes of abstraction: the creation of structures in memory corresponding to classes of objects and events, and the use of those structures for recognizing new stimuli. In Chapter 5 we discussed how the concepts of abstraction might be applied to the perception and knowledge of environments and persons. We now turn to a consideration of how these concepts can be applied to the perception and knowledge of the self.1
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